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Super73-S1 review: the fast, fun e-bike
Super73 started the current electric mini-bike craze with its original offering. And years later, the company is still leading the pack with its current fun-loving Super73-S1 electric bike.
This Device "Doubles Your Charging Speed" By Duplicating Voltage
The title of this video does not really cover its main goal and may frustrate some expectations. You may see it and think it is possible to double your EV charging speed at home with a wall charger or even at a regular outlet. But the review Teslanomics performs has nothing to do with that. It has to do with obtaining a proper 220V power supply. With the help of a Quick 220 Systems Voltage Converter.
Sales of Zero-Emission Vehicles jump after launch of federal incentive program
Canadians’ quality of life—and Canada’s future growth—are deeply tied to the environment. To support the transition to a low-carbon transportation system, the Government of Canada has set sales targets for new zero-emission vehicles in Canada. The government has several measures in place to help meet these targets, including the Incentives for Zero-Emission Vehicles program, which provides incentives for people and businesses to purchase or lease zero-emission vehicles.
Audi unveils cheaper e-tron electric SUV with smaller battery pack
Audi unveiled today a cheaper version of its e-tron electric SUV with a smaller battery pack and slower charging, but this version of the vehicle is not coming to the North American market.
Exploding Kona EV in Montreal prompts investigation from Hyundai
Hyundai Canada is launching a probe to uncover what happened after a Kona EV allegedly caught fire and exploded in a residential garage in Montreal.